Augmented reality sculpture. 2018
210cm x 70cm
Future Bodies deals with our relationship to screens and questions what dimensions of reality are lost when we experience the world through this plane and what new, spectral possibilities and new forms of reflectivity might emerge by re-introducing dimensionality into it’s form. The augmented reality format offers the opportunity to explore the screenic world at the interface of immaterial virtualality and physical interaction, where the body is implicated in the experience of technology and the interface itself becomes the physical spatial medium.
The artwork has been realised in augmented reality for Onedome Global, as part of the Unreal Garden in San Francisco.